Senior basketball star Jesse Steele is adding his name to a growing list of athletes making it to the big leagues. Steele has recently signed a professional contract to play in his native Dominican Republic.
Coming off yet another successful game this past Sunday, senior basketball player Jesse Steele is continuing to stand-out on the court. Hitting two career highs within the past three games, Steele shows that all of his hard work is truly paying off.
The University has now added another sports team to the list. A men’s lacrosse team will be added to the roster for the 2013 season. The University has just named Rutgers graduate, Brian Fisher, as the head coach of the first Hawks’ men’s lacrosse team.
Northeast Conference (NEC) Offensive Player of the Week after the Hawk’s second game of the season, fifth year senior Kyle Frazier, has proven that he has one thing on his mind this season, an NEC Championship ring.
Most college sporting events are easily accessible to students because they are located right on the campus. This is unfortunately not the case for the women’s golf team. As they kicked off their season this past weekend, these dedicated girls were not there to play in front of their whole university.
Will Now Face-off Against Quinnipiac in NEC Semifinals
With the regular season over, the Universities women’s basketball team defeated Long Island University-Brooklyn this past Saturday 68-56 in the quarterfinal game for the 2012 Northeast Conference Tournament. Thirdseed Hawks rivaled the number six Blackbirds, beating them for a third time this season.
Basketball season is coming to an end, but that does not stop the sudden increase in attendance to the men’s home games.
Drafted right out of high school, junior baseball star Pat Light’s dream of playing professionally is becoming a reality once again, being named to Baseball America’s Early 2010 Top College Prospects, and selected at number 25 on the top-100 chart.
After 16 years as a collegiate assistant coach, Jenny Palmateer has become the University’s seventh head coach for the women’s basketball team. With the teams recent eight game winning streak, Palmateer seems to have stepped in to her new coaching position very successfully.
Shore Conference Player of the Year, First Team All-American two years in a row, and NSCAA/Adidas North Atlantic Region First Team Honors are only a few of the titles that can be added to soccer star, Ryan Clarks’, list of achievements. Being named player of the year by bigapplesoccer.com is just one more major accomplishment this junior can add to the list.